The Keystone Gold-Copper District, Medicine Bow Mountains, Southeastern Wyoming
May 2002 by W. Dan HauselThe Keystone district includes a group of mineralized shear zones and veins that are associated with the Keystone Quartz Diorite in the Medicine Bow Mountains of southwestern Wyoming. Gold production from this district is unknown, although some estimates suggest that 7,500 to more than 12,000 ounces were produced.
We’ve obtained the rights to publish this exclusive interview conducted on the Klamath River between David, an environmental activist, and a Coho salmon.
Excerpts from California Mining Journal, our original title, published 50 years ago this month.
Have you ever waded through your pile of Mining Journals looking for a particular article? The annual index, published each December is a great help, but I have a better idea.
Gold mining is garnering national attention as the economy slows and more Americans look for a way to make ends meet.
This missive is making the rounds on the Internet. Author unknown, but must be a miner, builder, or lumber worker...
Joy was written on his face, holding up the nugget—his first ever nugget—that he and his grandpa dug up together.
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